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LOSTPROPHETS SINGER TALKS ABOUT BAND'S AUDIENCE

Are all audiences the same? Ian Watkins of the Lostprophets believes so, saying the people who attend the band's shows are absolutely the same, no matter where in the world. Amidst their "European Summer Tour," Watkins tells AP Radio that "There's no big difference -- the shows in the U.S. are the same in Europe, the U.K., and Australia. We're not a big MTV band, so the people who are into us are real music lovers."


The band's latest single, "Last Train Home," from the album Start Something, is currently at Number 11 on Alternative charts.

The single was one of the first songs written for the record, and one of the last choruses Watkins came up with vocally.

The next single from Start Something will be "Make A Move."

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